Fraud Attorney in Attleboro
Unparalleled Defense for Clients in Fall River
An allegation of fraud can cause irreparable damage to your personal and professional reputation, as well as your freedom. Depending on the nature of the offense, charges may be filed in either state or federal court. At the Law Office of James M. Caramanica, P.C., our Attleboro fraud lawyer creates a strong defense strategy that is tailored to the unique circumstances of each case.
Defending Clients Accused of Fraud
Facing a fraud charge can be overwhelming and intimidating, especially for people who are completely unfamiliar with the legal system. If convicted, you face a range of possible criminal penalties, loss of your professional reputation, any professional licenses, and your freedom. It is in your best interests to seek legal advice from an experienced Attleboro criminal defense lawyer as soon as you know you are under investigation.
We represent clients charged with many types of fraud, such as:
- Identity fraud
- Bank fraud
- Money laundering
- Internet fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Prescription drug fraud
- Financial fraud
- Mail and wire fraud
- Tax fraud
- Securities fraud
- Welfare fraud
Our fraud defense attorney in Attleboro works with you to ensure that you are thoroughly prepared for trial. We can offer legal advice at any stage of the process, including before charges are filed. If you learn you are under investigation or were already charged with a crime, we can provide legal advice and guidance.
Building a Strategic Defense
A complete understanding of your case is essential to building a successful strategy for your defense. We begin by scrutinizing the evidence in your case to develop a strategic defense that is tailored to your situation. We understand the impact charges can have on your reputation and fraud cases sometimes gain public attention. We work to protect your privacy and legal rights throughout the process.
It is important to seek legal advice that is specific to your situation. Call (508) 690-4808 to schedule a consultation.
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